Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Models
Manufacturer: Ryler Enterprises VSP2
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) models illustrate molecular geometry, resonance, and molecule polarity.
VSEPR 1 model supports students' investigation of the octet rule to create models of molecules with linear, tetrahedral, pyramidal, bent, and trigonal planar shapes.
• Two carbons
• Four oxygens
• Five hydrogens
• Three halogens
• Three nitrogens
• Two sulfurs
• Six short tubes
• Six long tubes
VSEPR 2 model helps students understand exceptions to the octet rule. Students will create octahedral, square planar, trigonal, hipyramidal, trigonal planar, linear, and bent molecules.
• 2-2 trigonal bipyramidal
• Two octahedral
• Five oxygens
• Three hydrogens
• Seven halogens
• Two nitrogens
• Eight short tubes
• Eight long tubes
|Illustrates molecular geometry, resonance and molecule polarity|
|Red 4-peg Oxygen atom centers, green 4-peg Halogen atom centers, purple 5-peg Phosphorous atom centers, Silver 6-peg sulfur (xenon) atom centers, 2 yellow 4-peg sulfur atom centers, 1.25 in. PVC, clear bonds (single bonds), 1.625 in. PVC, clear bonds (double bonds), background information booklet, lab procedure, student response form and answer key|
|Valence shell electron pair repulsion model|
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